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Increasing Surgical Volumes to Boost Use of Tissue Sealants and Topical Haemostats, Says Frost & Sullivan
Date:2/13/2013

atibility and infection-associated risks. This is because some products contain animal-derived components, while others derived from human plasma are subject to the risk of transmission of viral diseases inherent in plasma-derived products.

"This has triggered significant growth in plant-based and combinatory products, because they have proven to be safe for patients," remarks Chandrasekaran. "Manufacturers that already have green or plant-based products have an edge, provided their products are backed by strong clinical evidence."

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